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Wow Iain! Bet there aint many complying with that last paragraph:scared1:

 

Cheers for the info, well appreciated.

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Wow Iain! Bet there aint many complying with that last paragraph:scared1:

 

Cheers for the info, well appreciated.

 

sorry but we run white in our tractor so thats 1

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Wow Iain! Bet there aint many complying with that last paragraph:scared1:

 

 

I hope not. The more we all give oin to the ever developing police state, the more people like whatever her name is will bring out draconian laws.

They have to catch you too. Sorry if this seems inflamatory, it is not meant to, but why are our tax pounbds going on wages for people to hammer the working man more than he/she already is. :mad1::mad1:

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nice one iain, think i'll get that copied into bobs forum also

 

i wouldnt bother this thread has had more views in 1 day than any of those have had in 2 months

sorry thats what the other area is aimed at but tbh does not seem to be working

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It sounds to me that anything that runs on a public road, for ANY distance, under it's own steam, for tree work, should be run on white

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It sounds to me that anything that runs on a public road, for ANY distance, under it's own steam, for tree work, should be run on white

 

That's the impression I got as well, but..I wonder how that equates to RRV equipment.. as in mogs on the railway. They go on the road and on the rail, all on red..

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It sounds to me that anything that runs on a public road, for ANY distance, under it's own steam, for tree work, should be run on white

 

Unless you are cutting trees on a highway verge then its OK.

 

What if you are "collecting" woodchips from site by tractor trailer to be used for agricultural/horticultural purposes?

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